Tire Selector

Please note that any used Tires can be returned to Bolton Hyundai during normal business hours, free of charge, for proper disposal.

Hyundai Tire Specials - Tire Brands

Tires for Your Hyundai

Surfing for Winter Tires or All Season Tires for your new or used Hyundai? At Bolton Hyundai's Service Centre, we have several brands to choose from such as: Michelin, Firestone, GoodYear, Firelli, Dunlop and many more. Our trained technicians will install and balance all the tires on your Hyundai professionally so can enjoy a quiet, smooth ride to where ever you are going.

Deals on Tires for Your Hyundai

Tires have been a vehicle's most important safety feature for more than 100 years. Tires are what keeps your car gripped to the road and we understand that you are shopping for a great deal on tires for your Hyundai. This is why our experienced professionals at Bolton Hyundai can assist you in finding the best deal on tires for your Hyundai. When shopping for tires for your new or used Hyundai, it is important to note your rim size and the type of tire you are shopping for.

How to Read Tire Size - Tire Diagram

How to Read Tire Size on Your HyundaiIt is important to know your vehicle's tire and it is crucial to have all the same size tires. To read your vehicle's tires and rim size, you will need to understand what all the number mean. The sidewall of your tires hold a great deal of information of your tire including the manufacturer, its brand name and most importantly it's aspect ratio. The first number in this group indicates the width of the tire, measured from sidewall to sidewall, in millimetres. The second number states the sidewall height as a percentage of the width. The "R" indicates a radial tire. Other codes you might find are "B" for belted bias and "D" for diagonal bias. This code shows the diameter of the tire, in inches. The load index codes range from 0 to 27 with majority of passenger tires rated between 70 to 110. The speed rating is a letter code, from A to Z, that indicates the maximum speed capabilities of the tire.

Benefits of Winter Tires

  • The right time to change to winter tires is when the ambient temperature reaches 7 C or below. All seasons tires turn hard and lose their elasticity when temperatures are below 7 C. This causes reduced traction, resulting in longer stopping distances as well as reduced handling and corner capability.
  • Winter tires will help reduce braking distance on cold, wet, ice and snow covered roads. The braking distance of a winter tire compared to an all season tire, depends on the speed and road conditions can be up to 25% shorter, or two vehicle lengths.
  • Winter tires contain silica which is a compound that keeps the tire flexible in cold temperatures and ensures excellent grip and braking on wet roads. Silica maintains its properties in low temperatures which helps to maintain a firm grip on snow and ice packed roads.
  • Winter tires contain significantly more sipes then all seasons tires. Sipes are small narrow slots molded into the ribs of the tread. They are designed to increase the traction edges of the tire to improve the grip of the tire on wet pavement. Sipes are especially helpful on wet, icy or snow covered surfaces.
  • Winter tires provide higher void ratio which increases the tire's ability to channel water and snow away from the footprint. Void ratio is defined as the amount of open space in the tread, calculated as a percentage of the entire tread area.
  • Winter tires should only be installed in sets of 4 tires. With only 2 winter tires, your vehicle's handling, stability and braking are not fully optimized.